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  1. Fred, Iíve had the miniature block plane for a...

    Fred, Iíve had the miniature block plane for a number of years and use it regularly for leveling inlay stringing and banding. It works very well. Iíd argue itís not a toy, but a legitimate small...
  2. I think Iíve watched all their videos as...

    I think Iíve watched all their videos as well...agree itís interesting to see how they go about restorations. I like the Tom Johnson restoration videos also.
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    Build the bench per the Schwarz book and you’ll...

    Build the bench per the Schwarz book and you’ll be fine. The one thing you may want to do is leave a bit more overhang, if possible, to allow for an end vise/tail vise if you choose to add one some...
  4. Thanks Brad, assumed that is what is was, but...

    Thanks Brad, assumed that is what is was, but couldnít see the tail vise wheel in the pics. Very nice. A tail vise is one add Iíve been thinking hard about adding to my bench at some point.
  5. Pm sent.....

    Pm sent.....
  6. Well done, Brad. Go ahead and make a first saw...

    Well done, Brad. Go ahead and make a first saw cut or accidental drill hole in it and get that over with!
    I can’t quite tell from the pictures; what is the purpose of the two openings on the right...
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    Iíll second the way that itís stored matters. My...

    Iíll second the way that itís stored matters. My local Rockler stores it vertical and you have to sort through it to find reasonably flat pieces. My local Woodcraft stores it flat, and itís as...
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    Rob, well done. I like the sap wood...

    Rob, well done. I like the sap wood stripe...nice feature. Seems you have the fuming figured out...great color.
    I have to get some of my tools organized one day...that would make a nice winter...
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    That’s a cool idea, Mike. I’ve thought about...

    That’s a cool idea, Mike. I’ve thought about making my own and use that thicknesser that LN sells (Latta design), but not sure I want to get into it.
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    Thanks all. Iíve made a good number of boxes for...

    Thanks all. Iíve made a good number of boxes for gifts, but I have to admit these were ones that I was both really happy to send off, and really sad to send off!

    Mark, I do buy my stringing and...
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    Jim, no, itís resting on my bench. The piece...

    Jim, no, itís resting on my bench. The piece being planed is roughly a 7/8Ē edge. Eric, I may have a second iron to try...need to look around and, if so, give that a try.
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    Iíve had that thickness challenge with other...

    Iíve had that thickness challenge with other replacement blades....and I was able to get away with it without filing the mouth. Iím betting you will like that iron.
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    Jim, the color is really nice. I look forward to...

    Jim, the color is really nice. I look forward to the rest of the finish schedule. I assume it will be wet sanded/rubbed out at the end?
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    Thanks all for the input. I had a few minutes...

    Thanks all for the input. I had a few minutes this morning and opened up the mouth and took a few swipes. A bit better, perhaps.

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    In the end, the surface is great, so no real worries. ...
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    William, it is cherry, but it does have a fair...

    William, it is cherry, but it does have a fair amount of sap wood...might be what youíre seeing. Appreciate the input.
    Jim, LOL.
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    Just curious...#62 shaving evaluation

    Been edge jointing a piece of cherry. Used a long wooden jointer to start, and then moved to my #62 to take the final fine shavings. Shavings are very fine, but a bit crinkly/wavy. Surface is...
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    Depends on how much you want it to ďpopĒ. If...

    Depends on how much you want it to ďpopĒ. If Glennís example are what you are looking for, shellac, waterlox, ArmRSeal, will all get you there. If youíre looking for something more dramatic, there...
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    Ken, is that the D2 metal? Either way, I’d...

    Ken, is that the D2 metal? Either way, I’d appreciate an update when you get a chance. I like my RI chisels, and the replacement irons look like a nice option.
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    Boards look great. Nice job. Agree with Doug,...

    Boards look great. Nice job. Agree with Doug, white oak may not be the best wood for a cutting board, but there are plenty of other species to use.
  20. That looks great, and a neat idea for a group of...

    That looks great, and a neat idea for a group of folks to gather. Love the wood color. Thanks for sharing.
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    Very nice Dueane! Great design and wood choice. ...

    Very nice Dueane! Great design and wood choice. I suspect those will sell quickly.
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    Two thumbs up here, too. Nice work, Prashun.

    Two thumbs up here, too. Nice work, Prashun.
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    That turned out real nice, Dylan. The...

    That turned out real nice, Dylan. The herringbone panel works great, and I think itís a nice lake house color. Beautiful piece of maple on the top. Well done.
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    Very, very nice work, Mark. I love period...

    Very, very nice work, Mark. I love period furniture and you did the period proud!
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    Great looking desk, Tom. Have to ask...the top...

    Great looking desk, Tom. Have to ask...the top left and right drawers..are they curved on the inside?
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